Remote Patient Monitoring

Integrating telehealth, via chronic care management and remote patient monitoring for substance use disorder, the patient can be “connected” 24 hours a day via the Virtual Care Center.

“Similar to other chronic conditions, a person with a serious substance use disorder often requires ongoing monitoring and management to maintain remission and to provide early re-intervention should the person relapse.”*

* Read more from the Surgeon Generals Report

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TeleHealth Suite's vMAT enrollee program will aim to improve, reform and introduce remote monitoring to the continuum of MAT care upon release, provide wraparound services, and address other areas that are necessary to facilitate access to high-quality, patient-centered treatment and improve compliance outcomes.

Expanding access to drug court treatment


Automated messages for medication and meeting reminders, encouragement, health tips, etc.

Help Me

Patient just has to tap HELP ME => and the CARE TEAM IS ALERTED


A place for patients to respond to daily, automated questions


Contains the personalized treatment plan for the patient

Care Team & Groups

1-to-1 and 1-to-many video sessions with the CARE TEAM and patient-to-patient moderated discussion groups


Measures include biometric indicators

Expected Virtual Visits

Typical Inbound Requests: from the enrollee

  • Help -Amber Alert for Assistance
  • Video Chats -2 way
  • Video check-ins
  • Text communication with care team (text or image)
  • Journal

Outbound Requests: for the enrollee

  • Surveys (daily or more often)
  • Physiologic Metrics 
  • Remote monitoring and assessment of physiological metrics and behavioral health inidicators
  • Patient Entered Data (Journal)
  • Reference and Education Materials
  • Instructional Guides
  • DA Program Materials
  • Education – Disease Process
  • Scheduled Tasks and Activities

Expected Outcomes


  • Increased care coordination for patients with SUD in all care settings
  • Improved preventive care -increased adherence to recommendations modifying
    and preventive interventions
  • Gaps in Care Identified and Managed
  • Decreased ED utilization
  • Dollars saved in Drug Court Program
  • Decreased opioid dependence
  • Increased client/family engagement
  • Return to the community and family (employed)


  • Improved proactive and preventive care for patients
  • Decreased rate of low birthweight delivery
  • Improvements in education and virtual engagement .
  • Increased identification of patients requiring intervention/direction

Behavior Health

  • Improved access to evaluation
  • Increased use of evidence-based therapies, spiritual and community touch for
    developmental and behavioral disorders
  • Improved access to MAT/Specialty Care in rural areas
  • Improvements in Medication Compliance/Utilization